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Gnathifera

 
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2019
2019
Amiskwia sagittiformis Walcott 1911 is an iconic soft-bodied taxon from the Burgess Shale [1-3]. It was originally interpreted as… Expand
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2017
2017
Within Spiralia, Gnathifera may represent the deepest branching lineage comprising the jaw worms Gnathostomulida and their sister… Expand
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2017
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2017
It was lately suggested that cilia inside the pharynx of Gnathostomulida are a novel finding and that Herlyn and Ehlers… Expand
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2016
2016
Recent studies show that Gnathifera, comprising Rotifera, Gnathostomulida and Micrognathozoa, constitute the sister group to the… Expand
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2014
2014
IntroductionLimnognathia maerski is the single species of the recently described taxon, Micrognathozoa. The most conspicuous… Expand
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2009
2009
The monophyletic origin of Spiralia within the metazoan tree of life is supported by many large-scale phylogenomic data. While… Expand
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2005
2005
Rotifers are bilateral symmetric animals belonging to Protostomia. The ultrastructure of the rotiferan trophi suggests that they… Expand
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2002
2002
Abstract Loriciferans, cycliophorans and micrognathozoans are amongst the latest groups of animals to be discovered. Other than… Expand
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2000
Review
2000
A new microscopic aschelminth-like animal, Limnognathia maerski nov. gen. et sp., is described from a cold spring at Disko Island… Expand
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